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In homage to the master of tones is a record release created on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the death of Ignacy Jan Paderewski, our Patron, in 2021. It is worth emphasizing how great and extraordinary he was and what merits he made not only in the artistic field, but also in the social and patriotic field. Although his phenomenon and charisma are universally recognized, it is our duty - the institution that bears his name - to constantly cherish his memory and protect the heritage he has left behind. We do it the best we can - through the music he loved and the songs he composed. We also try to draw inspiration from the extraordinary personality of Paderewski, who has repeatedly shown the face of a protector and promoter, supporting people and ideas. Therefore, feeling responsible for music education, we once again give emerging talents a chance. On the album, alongside excellent singers and pianists, who are also outstanding teachers, there are their students - exceptionally gifted young adepts of the vocal art, with a bright career in front of them. We hope that the meeting of these two artistic generations will bring many positive impressions and emotions to the audience, and the figure of Ignacy Jan Paderewski will be constantly alive both in his work and the general awareness of future generations." (Lukasz Gaj)
In homage to the master of tones is a record release created on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the death of Ignacy Jan Paderewski, our Patron, in 2021. It is worth emphasizing how great and extraordinary he was and what merits he made not only in the artistic field, but also in the social and patriotic field. Although his phenomenon and charisma are universally recognized, it is our duty - the institution that bears his name - to constantly cherish his memory and protect the heritage he has left behind. We do it the best we can - through the music he loved and the songs he composed. We also try to draw inspiration from the extraordinary personality of Paderewski, who has repeatedly shown the face of a protector and promoter, supporting people and ideas. Therefore, feeling responsible for music education, we once again give emerging talents a chance. On the album, alongside excellent singers and pianists, who are also outstanding teachers, there are their students - exceptionally gifted young adepts of the vocal art, with a bright career in front of them. We hope that the meeting of these two artistic generations will bring many positive impressions and emotions to the audience, and the figure of Ignacy Jan Paderewski will be constantly alive both in his work and the general awareness of future generations." (Lukasz Gaj)
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In homage to the master of tones is a record release created on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the death of Ignacy Jan Paderewski, our Patron, in 2021. It is worth emphasizing how great and extraordinary he was and what merits he made not only in the artistic field, but also in the social and patriotic field. Although his phenomenon and charisma are universally recognized, it is our duty - the institution that bears his name - to constantly cherish his memory and protect the heritage he has left behind. We do it the best we can - through the music he loved and the songs he composed. We also try to draw inspiration from the extraordinary personality of Paderewski, who has repeatedly shown the face of a protector and promoter, supporting people and ideas. Therefore, feeling responsible for music education, we once again give emerging talents a chance. On the album, alongside excellent singers and pianists, who are also outstanding teachers, there are their students - exceptionally gifted young adepts of the vocal art, with a bright career in front of them. We hope that the meeting of these two artistic generations will bring many positive impressions and emotions to the audience, and the figure of Ignacy Jan Paderewski will be constantly alive both in his work and the general awareness of future generations." (Lukasz Gaj)
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